Who’s Rooting for the 49ers and the Ravens?

By Celebrity News Wire on February 3, 2013


As Beyonce fans count down the hours until her highly anticipated Super Bowl half time show, the rest of the country — 49ers and Ravens fans — will be glued to the their television sets to see who will come out on top.

Baltimore Ravens fans like Stacy Keibler, will be cheering extra hard — she’s a former Ravens cheerleader, by the way — as the team makes its first Super Bowl appearance in 12 years.

After several days of concerts, parties and charity games, it’s time to take a closer look at the famous fans of Sunday’s opposing teams.

Boston native Ben Affleck has never hidden the fact that he is a big supporter of all of Beantown’s sports teams. But he won’t be rooting for either team during Super Bowl XLVII — the New England Patriots won’t be playing. Hopefully, he will support his wife Jennifer Garner, who has been a 49ers fan since she was a child.

Josh Charles from The Good Wife is a big fan of the Ravens. A graduate of the Baltimore School of the Arts, Charles has even taken a trip to hang out at the team’s training complex.

Funnyman Robin Williams has major enthusiasm for the San Francisco 49ers: he lives in San Francisco and owns property all over the Bay Area. Sourdough Sam, the 49ers mascot, has previously named Williams as his favorite actor.

Baltimore born Edward Norton can always be seen sporting a cap from his home team — the Fight Club star will be rooting for the Ravens.

Some other celebs that should be sporting red and gold for the 49ers are these San Francisco natives:

Leslie MannDarren CrissAlicia Silverstone, Eric Dane, Rob Schneider and Clint Eastwood.

On the opposing side these celebs could be wearing purple and gold for Ravens to win Super Bowl Sunday.  Anna Faris, Julie BowenPenn Badgley and  Jada Pinkett Smith are all Baltimore natives.

Will you be tuning into Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday? Who are you rooting for? Weigh in below.

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